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Kameron J Moding

TitlePost-Doctoral Fellow
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus
DepartmentSOM-PEDS

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    1. Moding KJ, Ferrante MJ, Bellows LL, Bakke AJ, Hayes JE, Johnson SL. Variety and content of commercial infant and toddler vegetable products manufactured and sold in the United States. Am J Clin Nutr. 2018 Apr 01; 107(4):576-583. PMID: 29635494.
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    2. Bakke AJ, Stubbs CA, McDowell EH, Moding KJ, Johnson SL, Hayes JE. Mary Poppins was right: Adding small amounts of sugar or salt reduces the bitterness of vegetables. Appetite. 2018 Mar 29; 126:90-101. PMID: 29605517.
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    3. Stifter CA, Moding KJ. Infant temperament and parent use of food to soothe predict change in weight-for-length across infancy: early risk factors for childhood obesity. Int J Obes (Lond). 2018 Jan 30. PMID: 29463917.
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    4. Moding KJ, Stifter CA. Does Temperament Underlie Infant Novel Food Responses?: Continuity of Approach-Withdrawal From 6 to 18 Months. Child Dev. 2017 Aug 02. PMID: 28766867.
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    5. Moding KJ, Stifter CA. Temperamental approach/withdrawal and food neophobia in early childhood: Concurrent and longitudinal associations. Appetite. 2016 12 01; 107:654-662. PMID: 27622985.
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    6. Augustine ME, Moding KJ, Stifter CA. Predicting toddler temperamental approach-withdrawal: Contributions of early approach tendencies, parenting behavior, and contextual novelty. J Res Pers. 2017 Apr; 67:97-105. PMID: 28416889.
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    7. Moding KJ, Stifter CA. Stability of food neophobia from infancy through early childhood. Appetite. 2016 Feb 01; 97:72-8. PMID: 26612089; PMCID: PMC4706782 [Available on 02/01/17].
    8. Stifter CA, Moding KJ. Understanding and measuring parent use of food to soothe infant and toddler distress: A longitudinal study from 6 to 18 months of age. Appetite. 2015 Dec; 95:188-96. PMID: 26164121; PMCID: PMC4589459 [Available on 12/01/16].
    9. Doub AE, Moding KJ, Stifter CA. Infant and maternal predictors of early life feeding decisions. The timing of solid food introduction. Appetite. 2015 Sep; 92:261-8. PMID: 26025089; PMCID: PMC4499500.
    10. Moding KJ, Birch LL, Stifter CA. Infant temperament and feeding history predict infants' responses to novel foods. Appetite. 2014 Dec; 83:218-25. PMID: 25173062; PMCID: PMC4253692.
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